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For preventing wrinkles and healthy skin I eat veggies and fruits which have
antioxidants.

Some of the more notable anti-aging foods are fish, avocado, berries, carrots, nuts, whole meal pasta as well as brown rice, and finally, drinking plenty of water to detoxify as well as keep the skin smooth. Including these anti-aging foods in your diet on a regular basis will soon show positive results.
 

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For preventing wrinkles and healthy skin I eat veggies and fruits which have
antioxidants.

Some of the more notable anti-aging foods are fish, avocado, berries, carrots, nuts, whole meal pasta as well as brown rice, and finally, drinking plenty of water to detoxify as well as keep the skin smooth. Including these anti-aging foods in your diet on a regular basis will soon show positive results.
In order to maximize the anti-aging foods effect one should also use anti aging skin care ingredients;

There are a few known products though that I do use because they have been proven to have anti aging effects. The most effective and best documented supplement I?ve used is retinoic acid. We all know that Vitamin A has a profound effect on our skin health. As a derivative of that vitamin, retinoic acid is able to thicken skin and improve its texture, smoothing out wrinkles in the process.
I have found though that many of the products you can buy directly over the counter at your local drug store do not contain nearly enough of the retinoids needed to combat the effects of aging. I have seen some women who respond very well to these low concentration products. However, for most of us, effective anti aging skin care products are best found with our dermatologists.
Another product I have used for years, originally to supplement my Vitamin C skin care products is that of Alpha Lipoic Acid or ALA for short. It is a highly effective anti-oxidant that works in tandem with other vitamin supplements to cut off free radical damage to your skin. I have been very pleased with the results of ALA, making it one of my favorite anti aging skin care products. There are plenty of products being released with ALA as it has become a recent phenomenon. Read carefully to make sure the product you buy is high potency.

There are a number of other products claiming to work as anti aging skin care solutions. Though I have not used all of these products, I have carefully followed the research being done and the consensus on their results. CoEnzyme Q 10, the highly hyped natural cell enzyme that many companies are synthesizing for use in their anti aging skin care products has been shown to be quite effective in recent years in prompting your body to produce more collagen and elastin and in fighting free radicals. Vitamin C and Green Tea are other anti-oxidant sources that have proven in recent years to be very effective ? Vitamin C treatment being one of my favorite and most carefully applied weekly products.
I always recommend at least one solid anti-oxidant be included in a skin care regiment. Ideally, a combination of multiple different products will further protect you from the effects of aging by fighting off those unsightly little free radicals. Be sure to stay away from products that make big claims and do not have the ingredients to back them up though.



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Very good info here. Anti aging skin care works together with a good skin care regimen with quality products on the outside as well as an antioxidant beneficial diet and supplements on the inside.

All the protection you can offer your body against free-radicals will benefit your skin and health.
A quality vitamin supplement adds an all around anti aging picture. Always do your homework and check out ingredients in products.
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Thanks for the info but i have to ask why you think it is necessary to go a dermo to get products now for the skin, surely most things are available online or in the stores!

why spend extra money on the dermo?
 
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